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Poetical Essays in APPENDIX, 1769,
Northink that virtue has been treated hard; But turping quickly round;
He dropt it on the ground,
And smiling saw it broke;
She press’d it as the fpoke.
« Observe th' uncertain fate, sy day, Whatever ills in this uncertain ftate,
Attending human life; Lame ting man may frequently have Nor blush, my only love, to hear known;
A moral from a wife. Spring from no with or negligence of fate,
v. But some unhappy error of his own. Our hope is but a china-cup, XX.
That gaily strikes the view;, Then, all resign d, 0 let him pour his heart! And tho' it swells the bosom up, And kiss the sharp, but salutary rod!
Is full as brittle too,
So fuft a hope shou'd miss;
Then leize, my life, your own rtward,
I won't deny a kils,"
To a Gentleman in Love witb : Lady of
Appears so free from art,
Yet who can love the faultless face,
That knows the faithless heart?
Can the profess to any youth
A just and honeft flame?
Or have the smalleft lense of truth, Or paint the beauties of a face,
Who lost the sense of thamc ? So exquisitely fair !
No, Freeman, no; and much I fear
The nymph was never known,
Who held a husband's honour dear,
And sacrific'd her own.
IV. The circling (pheres might call,
Alas! fond man, no facred rice
Polluted breasts can bind;
Nor Hymen burn his torches bright
Within the guilty mind, Is ftretch'd on every pore ;
V. And every nerve is ftrain'd to hear.
'Tis better far each rifing morn
The tortur'd breast should goad,
Than wed, and have remorse and fcorba
AR ELESIAE BALLÅD. That charms the human breaft,
O where shall I safely exclam;
Unlock all the woes of my breaft,
Yet bide both my guilt and my fhame!
S Belmont o'er his evening's tea
Yon mcon grows indignantly pale
'If I Arive to approach her chalte ear; With Delia's lip made pretry free,
And fickens to think of a tale, And with her bofom toy'd ;
Which a virgin fhould tremble to hear.
POETICAL Essays in APPENDIX, 1769.
While this foolith tear which is thed, To grief no more can spare;
But faintly furns a dying gleam
On anguish and despair.
Look down, unending source of fate, High heaven in justice withdraws,
From yon obedient skies;
The fair he mult despise,
Whatever tortures rend his breaft, Though, Townly, there once was a time!
Whatever conflicts roll,
Teach him to tear her from his breaft,
And root her from his soul.
Once pure as winter's whiteft snow
She gave her sacred vow!
Once pure as innocence-But, O
Just heav's, what is she now?
Then grant a wish, indulgent fate,
On which my heart is set ;
Or if I must not think to hate,
O let me but forge!,
THE MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER.
FRIDAY, Dec. 22.
to come on board, and it was apparent his *AS iflued a proclamation a intention was only to preserve his ship.
gainst the importation of hay Dublin, Dec, 16. A few days ago Hugh W and straw from foreign parts; Millerd, Eq; one of the aldermen of the
on account of the contagious city of Corke, waited on the right hon. Sir
ciftemper lately broke out a George Macartney, at his apartments in the th mong the horned carlle.
cattie, with the freedom of that city in a filSUNDAY, 270
ver box. This morning, berween two and three Gibraltar, Nov. 23. The Ruffian fleet cono'clock, a fire broke out in one of the offices lifting of five fail came into our bay yesterday; belonging to the New River company in two of them are commanded by lieutenanig Bridewell Precinct, which consumed that, in our navy, and the other captain served as and all the other offices, together with the a volunteer. The infantry they bave on house of Mr. Buil, one of the clerks, and all board are very fine; I never saw better lookthe furniture, books of accounts, &c. ing or so well made men for strength and MONDAY, 25.
activity; their arms and appointments are Being Christmas day, was ob erved at court clumsy, but strong and good. Their seamen according to annual cuftom.
are bad, and very few in number, not above THURSDAY, 23.
fixty to a fixty gun fhip. The guns, carri. The Industry, Capt. Stephens, from Vigo, ages, trucks, blocks, &c. are very bad. In is just arrived at Dartmovih. "This verlel has short, guns of the same weight must require brought home the passengers belonging to the double the number of men to work them proSaily, Cape, Barilei, which was bound from perly that would be fufficient on board our Newfoundland to Tynemouth, but whose ships. voyage was presented sy the springing of a A letter from an English merchant at ConTarge leak, which obliged Capr. Baridet to put ftantinople fays, “the ruin of this mighty into Vigo, where he hoped to find an alyium; empire seems at length to be resolved on. instead of which, he and two of his crew The Grand Signior's situation is truely pici. were inhumarily thrown into a dungeon, able : Surrounded by bis minifters and Aal. where they fill continue, for founding under terers, he is kept a perfect itranger to the the fortifications of the hubour, sbourh he transactions of his own army, which is in- , had in vain made several signals for a pilot derd almost ruined, through the want of mi.
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esq.-Philip Steade, esg.-Mrs. Rutiel, Re-
efq. of Greyitock - The Right Hon the
Churchman, esq.-Thomas Long, eiq, azeri
ninety-George Knight, ela.
EV. Mr. Noft, minor canon of Wes-
cefer to the rectory of Broadway-&st.
rectory of Kilworth Beauchamp in Leicefter.
PROMOTIONS Civil and Military.
SAMUEL BRADDOCK of Cheftet, grocery
Thomas Dithesige, anu Willa in Lea, of Words
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John Tealing, late of Baitersea in Surty via ater.
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NDEX to the PARLIAMENTARY History, to the Essays,
POLITICKS, Domestick and Foreign OCCURRENCES, 1769.
ADAMS, EG; John
, his case
Berwick upon Tweed, a petition from, pre-
219, 272, 274
his dress at the masquerade de-
theatrical exhibitions, 3, 59, 115, 124,
283, 403, 495, 599
394 Buckinghamshire, a petition from the county
of, presented to his majesty
160 Chadwicke, Sir Andrew, codicil to his will 427
128 Charles I. Arietures on his character 239.295,
431, 470, 575
Charles II. comic dialogue between him and
insulting behaviour to his prisoner the
29 elector of Saxony 158–209. His retreat,
death and character
262 Cheap ward, a brief description of, with a
Chuch preferment, dialogue on the imodern
way of obtaining
Civil list, expences for 1765, 371. The
649 arrears of, ordered to be paid off 541
543 Colours, their difierent properties of imbibing
C--s, majority and minority of, on the
case of Mr. Littrell's election
C41 lady ill treated by a mob there
56, 279, 335
ings of 181, 246, 301, 366, 422; 457; D education of
IN D É X 10 tbe Essays.
540 Holland, a poetical description of, tralated
629 H---, Lord, messages between him and he
283 livery 386. His defence of himself 8;
165 account of his life
His word at parting to Junius 520 whence the bees derive it
in Paraguay 463512, , 613
509 Innocence, legal proofs of, is the gth ci-
648 Jubilee at Stratford upon Aron, accoant of
407, 451. Songs introduced at 4,6. Ost
305 Jubilee, a new farce, an account of
63 Junius, his letter to the duke of G-- 200
Another to the same 316. Another to the
487, 647, 649 the duke of B-472. His reply to Sir
33 William Draper 477. Another ditto 521.
G-- 532. Another letter to the Duke of
ENT, a petition agreed to by the free
147, 148, 154
338, 402, 450, 494, 550, 598 Joseph Mawbey, &c. 120. To the fres
Boswel, describing the jubilee at Sirat-
436 tord 451. Dr. Musgrave's to the isese
holders of Devonsh re 464. The Chevalier
153 Lind, Dr. his method of supplying water and
grees of, men and animals are capable of members 95. Petition of 386. Presented
515 393. Kelolutions of, at the commea-ball
is Kholdero of